South Yorkshire Cultural & Creative Industries Network
Thursday 21 October 2021, 5pm to 7pm
Danum Gallery, Library and Museum – Doncaster
Established after the success of the Cultural and Creative Industries Summit held in September 2021, the South Yorkshire Cultural and Creative Industries Network has been established to offer a collaborative, supportive and inspiring forum for creative practitioners across arts, theatre, TV, film, publishing, design, music and much more.
Organised by Showroom Workstation and the South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority (SYMCA), the network will host a programme of ten events across venues in South Yorkshire. It is designed to help nurture talent to further boost the sector and the important part it plays in the regional economy.
The very first South Yorkshire Cultural & Creative Industries Network event is set to take place at Doncaster’s Danum Gallery, Library and Museum on Thursday 21 October. The free open event will feature an inspiring panel discussion about the South Yorkshire cultural and creative sector, highlighting recent work and ambitions for the future.
Alongside a panel of speakers, there will also be a Q&A session and a chance for attendees to showcase their creative ideas and successes with the group via a short presentation.
Hosted by Olivia Jones, Creative Director at Doncopolitan, the session will include a panel discussion highlighting recent work and ambitions for the future of the culture and creative industries sector.
The panel will include representatives from exciting new creative organisations across the region, including:
Mike Stubbs, Creative Producer at Doncaster Creates. Mike is an artist and curator, encompassing a range of arts and media practice. His artwork, management and advocacy have been internationally acknowledged.
Lucy Robertshaw, Assistant Director of Darts, a Doncaster-based participatory arts charity. Lucy has over twenty years’ experience of developing, managing and evaluating creative projects and oversees the organisation’s work with adults.
Reserve your Creative Network ticket here.
Anybody who would like to share a creative idea at the event is asked to email email@example.com in advance with a short introduction and what you plan to talk about.
Information on the venue
Danum Gallery, Library and Museum, Waterdale, Doncaster DN1 3BZ Get directions with Google Maps
Timings: 4.30pm: Arrival and networking
5pm - 6.45pm: Panel discussion, audience Q&A and attendee pitches
7pm: Formal event close and further networking opportunities
Access: Information for the venue can be found here on Danum's website. Please contact them directly if you have any access requirements or questions.
Public Transport: The Danum is located a 10 minute walk (0.5 miles) from Doncaster Railway Station and Doncaster Bus Station.
Parking: Waterdale Car Park, Wood Street Car Park, and Civic Quarter Car Park are all located less than a 5 minute walk from the building. View town centre car parking locations.
Covid Safety: Please wear a face covering when entering the building and in all public areas.
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